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Synonyms for hurtle

rush

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Synonyms for hurtle

to send through the air with a motion of the hand or arm

to launch with great force

Synonyms for hurtle

move with or as if with a rushing sound

make a thrusting forward movement

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throw forcefully

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Furious creditors claim they started another company, Hurtle Parrot 2000, to avoid having to pay up.
Hurtle Parrot spokesman Shona Ford said: "There has been fantastic interest in both concerts from all over the country.
Launched today, the site will hurtle movie and science fiction fans deep inside the ape planet.
The movie follows Josh (Breckin Meyer) and his Ithaca buddies as they hurtle from upstate New York to Austin, Texas, to retrieve a videotape that was inadvertently mailed to Josh's childhood sweetheart, Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard).
With this major hurtle over, completion of the factory will be in time to permit first deliveries of the new JETCRUZER 500 by the fourth quarter of 1998.
Traveling on a train through India, Iris hurtles toward the biggest change of her life--only she doesn't know it yet.
It also hurtles NYU's athletic conference from number 14 to number one in the EPA's green power challenge standings.
Bringing the sight, sound, and feel of being aloft and controlling a massive vehicle as it hurtles through the air at immense speeds, Blue Skies And Tail Winds tells stories of near-tragedy, humor, sudden panic, and the quiet joy of just being in the sky.
Nothing about ``Treasure Hunters'' is particularly original -- imagine the Nicolas Cage flick ``National Treasure'' reimagined as an ``Amazing Race''-style reality show, and you're right there -- but it hurtles along agreeably enough, and every once in a while, it tucks in a little historical factoid, which can't be a bad thing.
The story hurtles onward, leaving the reader desperate for the occasional breather, for an opportunity to explore.
Today, every aspect of everyday American life hurtles toward a growing techno-complexity that demands resolute preparedness.
Like a plane racing through the air at supersonic speed, a CME hurtles through the solar wind, creating a shock wave that accelerates the charged particles it meets.
Part home movie, part genealogy, part ethnographic record, part history of Newfoundland, this rich and multifarious film (to a fault, occasionally) hurtles us across the 20th century through the loves and lives and lies of several generations of the Lewis family.
As the series hurtles toward its conclusion, it falls to Tony to save his friend.
A comic melodrama, the play hurtles through a zillion plot twists involving a priceless jade Buddha, drug smuggling, false identities, and suicide by chrysanthemum sniffing.